Palme I cabinet

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Olof Palme's First Cabinet
Gustaf VI Adolf
(until 1973)
Fälldin I

The first cabinet of Olof Palme was the cabinet and government of Sweden from 14 October 1969[1] to 8 October 1976.[2]

Swedish politics during the reign of this cabinet was eventful. During this period, a wave of major strikes broke out and the

West German Embassy siege occurred.[3]

Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister's Office
Prime Minister14 October 19698 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Justice
Minister for Justice14 October 19698 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Minister for Foreign Affairs14 October 196930 June 1971 Social Democrats
30 June 19713 November 1973 Social Democrats
3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Minister for International Development Cooperation3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Minister for Disarmament and Religious Affairs14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
Ministry of Defence
Minister for Defence
14 October 196931 October 1973 Social Democrats
3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Health and Social Affairs
Minister for Health and Social Affairs14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
Minister for Families, Youth and Immigrants14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
Ministry of Communications
Minister for Communications
14 October 19698 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Finance
Ministry for Finance14 October 19698 October 1976 Social Democrats
Minister for Wages14 October 19691 November 1975 Social Democrats
Minister for Wages and Nordic Cooperation1 November 19758 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Education
Minister for Education14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Minister for Teaching14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
Minister for Schools4 January 19748 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Agriculture
Minister for Agriculture
14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Minister of Commerce and Industry
14 October 19699 October 1970 Social Democrats
3 October 19701 November 1975 Social Democrats
Minister for Nordic Cooperation3 October 19701 November 1975 Social Democrats
Ministry of the Interior/Ministry of Employment
Minister of the Interior14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
3 November 197331 December 1973 Social Democrats
Minister for Employment
1 January 19748 October 1976 Social Democrats
Minister for Immigrants and Equality3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Housing
Minister for Housing3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry for Civil Service Affairs
Minister for Civil Service Affairs14 October 19693 November 1973 Social Democrats
3 November 197331 December 1973 Social Democrats
Minister for Physical Planning and Local Government1 January 19748 October 1976 Social Democrats
Minister for Religious Affairs3 November 19738 October 1976 Social Democrats
Ministry of Industry
Minister for Industry14 October 196930 June 1971 Social Democrats
30 June 19718 October 1976 Social Democrats

References

Bibliography

Footnotes

  1. ^ "1969 | olofpalme.org". Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Tage Erlander avgår och Olof Palme tillträder". Sveriges Radio (in Swedish). Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  3. ^ Östberg (2009)